INHALE deeply—if not a little sharply—and fill the lungs with much needed air. Panting now, both organs expand and deflate as the heart in between beats faster and wilder. All this in rhythm with the feet that keep stepping forward and upward.
ART continues to thrive in Makati City’s public places. This month alone, two art events are taking place: one a long-running festival, and the other, on a first of its kind auction; but both, a showcase of local and foreign art in all forms imaginable, as well as a gathering of artists, collectors, enthusiasts, students, stakeholders and everyone into art.
Rest, Recreate or Reflect?
THE choice is yours but do make it a meaningful time for yourself, and the people who matter to you most.
NO matter how far-flung or neglected they are, the Philippines’ indigenous peoples (IPs) are also the most skillful artisans — if we must call them — when it comes to their traditional crafts.
From textiles to accessories to house ware, these many items showcase cultures unique to different tribes. And essential in making of these are their strong, meticulous and patient hands.
“WE like to consider ourselves as strong, empowered women,” said Jessa Belle Garibay of herself and Karina May Reyes-Antonio.
No doubt they are.
O L D E R P O S T S
HAPPENINGS | Posted on March 23, 2018
BCO-ORGANIZED by World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines, Earth Hour 2018, following the theme #Connect2Earth, focuses on the urgent need to care for our planet’s biodiversity amid the changing climate.
FASHION & BEAUTY | Posted on March 13, 2018
WHEN traveling, losing important travel documents, money and credit cards, and mobile devices is devastating so being street smart is always a MUST.
But what if we can travel without worrying from theft?
AROUND ASIA | Posted on February 5, 2018
WHENEVER a Filipino visits Singapore, whether as a first or a return visitor, he/she can’t help but compare it to the Philippines and inevitably, feel envious. How can a country as young as SG be so progressive, orderly, safe and clean?
PASSION SAVES SOUL | Posted on MARCH 12, 2018
OR did it change tremendously?
I had been going to UP Fair since my college days with my best girl friends. After graduating from PUP, another state university, I adapted UP Fair as my annual Valentine’s Day celebration as a single woman.
OUTDOORS | Posted on February 4, 2018
RAIN was falling and despite the forest cover, it was seeping to the ground and whatever waterproof clothing we donned. Rain was also touching layers of leaves, tangles of vines and roots, and freshly grown moss attached to branches and bodies of trees — making vivid a green sea of fauna.